Issue 73 1994 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Bob Barlow
Small Suppliers Forum
Wild Swan - Manning Wardle kit. Dragon Models - 7mm, 4mm, 2mm transfers for Welsh companies. Skinley - price increase. Comet - loco chassis and coach kits. Martin's Models - 4mm, fibreglass hull and drawings for bulk liquid-carrying ship. Wychbury Loco Works - 7mm Peckett 0-6-0ST. Branchlines - 4mm chassis kit for Airfix/Dapol Standard Class 4 and kit for I.O.M. 'Sutherland'. Dave Bradwell - 4mm chassis kit for Replica B1 4-6-0. London Road Models - 4mm kits for LMS 'Jinty' & LNWR 'Chopper'. HMRS - new owner of PC range. J. Perkins Ltd. - plastic profiles. Backwoods Miniatures - various 4mm NG kits. Taylor Plastic Models -2mm 'kits & bits'. Locotech - 7mm road vehicles.
Description of an impressive first exercise in 4mm/EM.
Shape 'Memorizing' Wire
Introducing a high tech alloy which in certain applications can replace solenoids, motors or switching gear with a single wire.
Resistance Soldering Unit
A new arrival in the fast growing market for RSUs.
Layout Design: Coniston
Getting the Drop on Etched Rivets
A simple riveting tool.
Three Castles - Part 1
Advice for anyone contemplating a 'Castle'.
LMS Wagon Miscellany - No.1
Since Martins last essay on 4mm wagon kit bashing appeared in MRJ No.45, a number of readers have asked for more. Well, he's finally done it, this time tackling the LMS.
Workshop Matters: Assembling etched coupling rods
Photographic step-by-step guide.
The Little Old Lewin
Paul builds the Impetus kit of Lewin Foundry's Seaham Harbour 0-4-0, purportedly the longest serving steam loco in Britain. He found it ideal for beginners.
Robert Ormiston-Chant ('Robbo') - An obituary